A still from what appears to be a colour hardcore version of Cous-cous featuring different models from the softcore black and white version. Three models tied up and on offer to a harem by a dodgy looking slave trader. The models are from right to left, Jenny Lane, Dania Faber and an unknown model? Jenny is the only one that appears as a slave in both, as the other version featured Virginia Jones and Sue Roberts as slaves.
One blooper from the shot I noticed, the slave trader forgot to take his wedding ring off 🙂
Another still from the Harrison Marks film Cous-Cous of the stunning Sylvia Bayo. This one of Sylvia kneeling amongst the rugs and cushions showing off her naked body. A perfect view of that dark skinned body, huge nipples and dark bush 🙂
An original black and white print of the stunning Sylvia Bayo (Lucienne Camille) on the set of the 1970 Harrison Marks glamour film Cous Cous. This particular shot gives a great full length view of her perfect body especially her big nipples that look extremely pointed in this shot.
As I posted here I’ve recently purchased two 400ft reels of Harrison Marks 8mm Cine Films featuring 4 different films, two on each reel. Well I’ve now had them all digitally converted and no longer need the actual cine reels, so I’ve decided to sell them over on eBay. The reels for sale are:
Reel 1 – The Casting Couch & Cous-Cous on sale here.
Reel 2 – Maid to Satisfy & Amorous Masseur on sale here.
I’ve included some screen captures from 3 of the films below including several that may not have been appropriate for eBay! I’ve not included the Amorous Masseur as I’ve already posted a full version of that film here, although my new copy is much better quality than that one.
They are for sale until next weekend and if anyone from the site bids and wins please do let me know 🙂
The Casting Couch
Maid to Satisfy
I mentioned a few weeks back that Colin from Cine Films 2 DVD was sending some glamour films from GHM and I posted the Rusty Gaynor film that he converted and sent. Well since then I’ve decided to expand my collection and start buying and collecting a few 8mm and 16mm glamour films by Harrison Marks and others.
My first experiment in this was I came across a couple of 400ft 8mm films on eBay featuring 4 GHM films. The first reel featured Maid to Satisfy and Amorous Masseur, the second reel included The Casting Couch and Cous-Cous. The second reel of film jumped out at me because it features two films with two of my favourite models, Angela Duncan in The Casting Couch and obviously Sylvia Bayo in Cous-Cous. So I took a risk and bid on the films and won them and they quickly turned up and to my untrained eye looked to be OK, but you never can tell with old 8mm films as to what the quality is like or even if they are the actual films!
So now it was time to use Colin and his service to convert the films to digital, so off they were sent last week and I awaited in anticipation. Well the files arrived in my inbox yesterday and thankfully they were the films advertised and they were complete, phew! As to the conversion, well I’m happy with the files considering I’ve not seen digital versions of these available anywhere else. For old films over 50 years old they were dirty and did have marks and lines appearing during the conversion, but to be honest the quality of the films is still very good and at a good size conversion rate, allowing me to make smaller versions for online.
So now I have a digital copies of Maid to Satisfy, Amorous Masseur, The Casting Couch and Cous-Cous 🙂 I still need to convert them for the site, but looking through the films I do love Cous-Cous and captured a few screen shots directly from the file to tease you with. It of course features Sylvia Bayo, but also includes Tara Lynn, Sue Roberts, Jenny Lane (short hair) and Virginia Jones. So look out as Cous-Cous is coming!
Finally a big thank you to Colin for the conversions and I would highly recommend his service if you need your own cine films converting. Now I just need to decide what to do with the original films as I no longer need them with digital copies, maybe resell them to fund some more film purchases!